Who can replace the irreplaceable? That’s the question facing Nile C. Kinnick football, coming off a 2013 season in which three-year starting quarterback Dustin Wilson led the Red Devils to a 5-0 start and their school-first DODDS Japan title before slumping to five losses in their last six games.
One of the elements critical to the success of a start-up sports program such as Matthew C. Perry football is not only if the team can win, but if the players approach each game with the confidence that they can.
Three days after the Warriors’ football game at Osan American was suspended in the third quarter due to lightning in the area, DODDS Pacific officials announced that the game is final, with Daegu winning 24-0, the score at the time the game was halted.
They’re sights quite familiar in late summer around any high school campus – footballs flying through the air, receivers learning their routes and running backs powering through the right holes in the lines.
With Doggie Dips in Dubuque, Iowa, bright blue skies during a Big Bend Balloon Bash in Alpine, Texas, and ripening apples in Concord, N.H., Associated Press photographers take us across the United States with glimpses of daily life across America.
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